Personalised learning faces real-world challenge


Experiments with personalised technology-mediated learning have been successful in the controlled environment of charter schools, but now must prove their worth in traditional district schools with much larger class sizes, more rigid schedules, long-established teaching and learning cultures, and the pressures imposed by standardised tests. In a pilot, the California-based charter school network Summit Public Schools is offering its tools, training, and support for free to help other schools adopt its free, open-sourced Personalized Learning Platform, which offers a full curriculum for grades 6-12. Summit says the goal is to enhance, rather than replace, student-teacher interaction.

Article: Personalised learning faces real-world challenge 

Publication: Wired

Writer: Christ Berdix (The Hechinger Report)


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